Home > Travel > Rosewood Hotel Georgia in Vancouver

Rosewood Hotel Georgia in Vancouver

By Brian Pho


Updated on

If you’re looking for temporary accommodation in Canada’s Vancouver, for either business or relaxation purposes, here’s a gorgeous hotel that will fit your needs in a superb manner. Rosewood Hotel Georgia may be one of the most exquisite hotels throughout North America.

Easily accessible via Vancouver International Airport, which is a 30-minute drive away, Rosewood Hotel Georgia greets you with the perfect level of elegance you’d expect from such a resonant name. Part of Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, and first opened back in 1927, this hotel is situated at the heart of Vancouver, being practically surrounded by art galleries, theaters, the Seawall, Stanley Park, restaurants, gourmet grocers and all sorts of boutiques.

And, above all, there’s that clean, fresh air that makes Vancouver one of the most wanted tourist destinations in the world. The range of opportunities is quite large as well, as you’re either able to do some trekking throughout the local mountains, practice water sports or go for a bit of skiing. There’s also the possibility to do some city cruising aboard the hotel’s private Bentley.

Accommodation-wise, Rosewood Hotel Georgia comprises 155 superbly appointed suites and rooms, equipped with every amenity you might need. And the Sense, A Rose Wood Spa, is not half bad either, a gorgeous destination for a relaxed evening. The hotel also boasts a private chic lounge, a Chef David Hawksworth signature fine dining restaurant and a stunning indoor swimming pool.

A cool note you might want to take is that stars like Nat “King” Cole, Katharine Hepburn, all sorts of British royalty and Elvis Presley used to spend their spare time here, inside this staggering Georgian Revival style building. Nightly rates start at CAD 245 or $239 US.


Avatar photo
About Brian Pho

Brian is the current tech & leisure editor from Luxatic. With many years of experience under his belt, his resume also includes writing for renowned sites like The Verge, Boing Boing, Tech Times and Laptop.

Leave a Comment